Newsletter 20th June

6th Class Graduation
Wednesday, 22nd June at 7:30 p.m. in the school.

Booklists, Classes etc.
This year’s school reports are available on Aladdin. Booklists for next year are listed at the top of the school homepage and will be available throughout the summer if needed, as will uniform details (see below).

Case numbers are rising again at the moment. Please be familiar with the latest public health advice  (click to view).
Keep your child at home if they:
have symptoms of COVID-19
have got a positive COVID-19 test result
have diarrhoea and are aged 12 or younger
Thank you for your continued cooperation.

School Uniform Reminder
Green jumper/cardigan, white shirt, grey trousers/skirt/pinafore.
School tracksuit is available through the school and is to be worn with a white polo shirt on P.E. days only. Replacement navy legs (plain only) may be purchased in any shop. In warm weather, plain navy shorts of an appropriate (knee) length may be worn. Grey, tailored knee-length shorts with the main uniform are also acceptable. Football shorts etc. are not acceptable. We recommend practical footwear, preferably in a dark colour. Here are examples:

Standard Uniform:


Warm Weather:

Superstars Summer Camp
Closing date for registration is Wednesday, 22nd June. Please note that we will be unable to accept registration after that date.

Summer Arrangements
Remember that school closes this Friday, 24th June for the summer holidays (12:15 for Infants and 12:30 for all others). We reopen for all pupils on Wednesday, 31st August. See our 2022/23 Calendar.

End of Year
Despite the increased freedom of the past couple of months, it has been a year again dominated by disruption due to Covid. Absences were much higher than normal and for much of the year we were still very restricted in how children (and staff) could mix in school. Thankfully restrictions have eased and we have been able to resume many of our more enjoyable activities. Let’s hope that future waves of the virus continue to become less disruptive as immunity due to prior infection and a high level of vaccination in the population help to counteract its worst effects.

As we approach the end of another year I would like to thank all those who help to keep the school running so well, including those who volunteer their time and efforts in many ways. I especially want to thank the staff for their hard work and for all the dedication and the exceptional care and attention that they give to your children.

There is a special, happy atmosphere in our school that pupils, parents and school staff have all developed and nurtured over the years. Thank you for playing your part and we really appreciate your continued support. I hope that during the summer all of you parents and caregivers find at least a little well-earned time for yourselves to rest and relax.

Thank you.

John Threadgold